Calling Las Vegas locals with a penchant for shopping: Do you even tell your out-of-state friends how spoiled you are with your access to endless Las Vegas stores? Do you admit that ogling couture at places like the Forum Shops and Via Bellagio is (almost) as fulfilling as actual shopping in Las Vegas? Maybe you do, maybe you don’t. But if you’re considered the go-to Shopping Guide to Las Vegas, here’s what we hope would make your list... And remember: Things in Sin City can change faster than a girl in her closet on club night, so check websites for hours of operation before leaving your home or hotel. Most important? Check these places out for the best in Las Vegas shopping.
The Las Vegas shopping guide
From blow-out to budget, there’s a shop to suit every bank balance in Las Vegas
The best stores in Las Vegas
Sure, it might be trying too hard with the faux-Roman vibe—classical pillars, statues, huge replica of the Trevi Fountain—but with more than 160 boutiques and shops under its trompe l’oeil, always-twilit Italian sky, the Forum Shops rakes in a whopping $1,300 in sales per square foot each year, the nation’s highest per-square-foot revenue. And that’s a lot of square feet—the Forum Shops recently added 175,000 square feet and additional levels that extend the mall to the Strip. It’s far and away the best of the casino malls.
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